Students are involved in a variety of performance activities, both on the course and independently throughout the city and beyond. Student performance interests are extremely diverse, ranging from turntablism to live electronics, and from band work to circuit-bending. This page presents some of the performance work of individual students and collaborations.
We also invite you to check out performances of the Dirty Electronics Ensemble here.
A free improvisation performance with electronic instruments
A biofeedback and EEG driven performance symbolising the difficulties faced by people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. WARNING: CONTAINS STROBING IMAGES.
A live synthesiser performance built around unstable rhythms produced from modular analog synthesis
From a free-improvisation performance, part of the year-three module Advanced Creative Projects.
An improvisation with electronic processing of percussion
A live audiovisual performance using found objects, contact microphones and shadows to showcase hidden sounds and images within everyday objects
Ola's year-three performance project, focused on the use of guitar-looping pedals for live processing of voice and flute
'...merging my experience of guitar playing, sound exploration, electroacoustic music and performance… using the electroacoustic guitar, ebow and a Boss ME-50 pedal."
Live set with input from guitar to squeezebox
An improvised audio-visual performance conceived as a third year creative project and realised live with three musicians, eight speakers and a projector